At least 12 dietary supplements sold in the United States were found to contain stimulants that were never been tested on humans, a study reveals.
According to a new report, a new Arizona policy will soon ban smokers from working within the state. The Pima County Board is scheduled to vote on December 16 whether they will refuse hiring smokers.
A text messaging service could help people remember to take the pills that they have been prescribed, a new study says.
A texting service could help individuals recollect taking the pharmaceuticals they have been endorsed, say scientists. A test plan, which included heart patients, cut the numbers who overlooked or recently quit taking their pills.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says middle aged women are more prone to depression yet majority are not seeking help. According to the report, one in every eight middle aged women suffers from depression.
A new possibility in combating cancer was introduced with a series of papers published in the journal Nature. The study showed how the immune system can fight cancer and how a vaccine can help the body to do so.
At least 63 people in 10 states in the U.S. have reportedly been sickened with Salmonella due to the bean sprouts produced by Wonton Foods Inc. of Brooklyn, New York, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday.
The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has created a project, backed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, in which bananas have been engineered to be super-enriched genetically. This was done in order to improve the lives of thousands of people in Africa, whose staple crop is bananas.
A group of migrants caused an Ebola scare at a tourist spot on Canary Islands that is also known as “a nudist beach.” Reports said a fishing boat landed Wednesday on a Maspalomas beach in the Canary Islands, filled with 19 undocumented travelers who are reportedly from Sierra Leone and Guinea.
Massachusetts health officials seem to have opened their eyes to a future of peace and harmony as Boston is about to open doors of the first formal marijuana dispensary in the state. Although a rarity at the moment, it doesn’t seem to be staying that way too long as approval has been granted for another 11 dispensaries to open throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.